How Alleged Scammer Sold 'Side Door' to Elite Universities: Today on Inside Edition

This video is unavailable because we were unable to load a message from our sponsors.

If you are using ad-blocking software, please disable it and reload the page.

More details are being learned about the college admissions scandal rocking Hollywood.

William Singer, the accused mastermind behind the scam, allegedly encouraged parents to fake a learning disability in order to ensure they had extra time to cheat on tests like the SAT or ACT. Prosecutors say it was just the first step in what Singer referred to as his "side door" into elite universities. 

Will Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman's careers ever recover? Celebrity crisis manager Howard Bragman told Inside Edition that the scandal "reinforces the worst of what everyone in Middle America already thinks about celebrities."

Inside Edition spoke to students who got into elite schools through merit and asked them whether the children whose parents paid their way in should lose their spots. Here's what they had to say.

And a man saved two dogs after they fell through the ice at a reservoir. Why he says his Siberian upbringing prepared him for the rescue.

For more Inside Edition stories, tune in to today's show. Check local listings here.


Teen Gets Mom a Special Cake as a Thank You for Having Her Vaccinated

Historic Undersea Expedition Broadcast From Deep Below the Indian Ocean

Dad Brought Loaded AK-47 to Middle School After Son Called Him in Tears: Police